Don’t Quit Your Day Job – Inertia

Don’t Quit Your Day Job – Inertia

Weigh In – Do you think Inertia should Quit His Day Job?


Born Michael Taylor on August 6, 1982, Inertia was raised as a military child spending majority of his life in Houston, Texas. At an early age he found himself fascinated by rap music and began to create and mold his lyrical and vocal skills showing his love for the music industry. Inertia was inspired by the presence and style of such acts as Do Or Die, Cap One, Ludacris, Scarface, and the living legend himself Twista.

Early in his career Inertia’s talent caught the attention of independent record label Young And The Restless. Inertia recorded several songs for Y&R Records and enjoyed the ability to have his music recorded on CD. In 1999, news of his talent caught the attention of the world’s largest independent rap label, “No Limit Records.” Master P and his producers were so impressed with his skills that they invited him into the studio where he recorded on projects with multi-platinum recording artists C-Murder and Silk tha Shocker. Inertia continued to perform at several concerts as an opening act for a couple of majors such as Mystical, Juvenile, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Paul Wall, Jody Breeze of “The Boyz-N-Hood,” and Ying Yang Twins. After entering the “Texas Summer Music Conference” in 2006 it became obvious to people that he would be a great addition to the music industry. By the end of 2006 he had not one, but two songs on K104 FM, developing a much larger fan base than he had before.

In 2009 after working with numerous platinum selling artists, Two-time Grammy Award Winners Play-N-Skillz secured a major executive deal with SRC/Universal Records, allowing them to search for new talent. The super producer duo came across the highly talented artist, Inertia. From his dedication and incredible work ethic, Play-N-Skillz made the decision to make Inertia the first G4 Muzik/SRC/Universal Artist. Inertia is now working on his debut album, and already has two new hit singles titled “Betty Crocka” feat. Tum Tum and “Body” ft. Slim from 112.

Here are Inertia’s submissions:

Betty Crocker

Roger That Remix

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